Key Flowcode features you get
There are many ways that pharmacies can use QR codes, including:
- Quickly accessing patient information, including prescriptions, allergies and medical history.
- Ensuring accuracy when dispensing medications.
- Accessing medication instructions and information about potential side effects.
- Refilling or transferring prescriptions from patients’ phones.
- Promoting discounts or special offers on over-the-counter products.
QR codes in healthcare are incredibly useful. They can be:
- Posted on prescription medications with instructions for use, refill information, doctor’s recommendations, and more.
- Used on phlebotomy materials to mark which tests are ordered for which patients, as well as which patient each sample belongs to.
- Used on the outside of hospital rooms for a patient’s full chart as well as which tests are being ordered, completed, etc.
- Be used to display administrative tools, such as: training manuals, safety protocols, bylaws, tracking devices, timeclocks, etc.
There are many ways that QR codes help doctors find new patients for their practice. Doctors can print codes onto promotional materials like:
- Business cards
When potential patients scan the codes they can be taken directly to the practice’s website to view the doctor’s credentials and schedule an appointment.